EOS 10s : How Manual Exposure (M) mode works.

Article ID: ART123721 | Date published: 05/12/2015 | Date last updated: 08/17/2015


How Manual Exposure (M) mode works.


This creative mode allows you to completely control exposure by setting the shutter speed and aperture

The initial setting is always 1/125 second at f/5.6

  1. Turn the electronic input dial to set the desired shutter speed
  2. Press the partial metering button. The shutter speed aperture value and -, +/- or + light up in the viewfinder. The meaning of each display is as follows:

-: Under exposure. Open the aperture of set a slower shutter speed

+/-: Correct exposure

+: overexposure. Close the aperture or set a faster shutter speed

While pressing the AE lock button, turn the electronic input dial until +/- displays in the viewfinder



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